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The future of consumer electronics will be delivered this year in a Puerto Rican food truck.
I'm talking about Google's Project Ara and its modular smartphones. The first devices will be distributed from a fleet of converted food trucks starting in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, and spreading across the island. (More on that on the other side of the link.)
While some tech fans have heard about Project Ara, they may not have heard about other modular gadgets -- or even about the modular mobile revolution.
The kids who grew up playing with Transformers and Legos are now building mobile consumer electronics that work in the same way -- you snap them together for the custom device you want.
Let's put this together and see what we get:
#modular #Ara #Phonebloks #PuzzlePhone #Nexpaq #MODR #Blocks #Axel
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